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Facebook has a safety check feature that allows users to mark themselves safe in a crisis situation. When incidents such as typhoons, earthquakes, building collapse and other nature or man-made crisis and many people post about it on social media, Facebook will trigger the safety check.
Once this is activated, users in the area will get a notification to mark themselves safe. Their friends on the same social media channel will also see that their friends have marked themselves safe with the safety check feature.
The safety check feature can be activated under Crisis Response and then select the Crisis page for the specific one that affects your area or place.
It is a very good feature because:it raises global awareness about a disaster in a particular areabecause people are aware of the disaster, help could be providedit allows one to mark themselves safe. It is helpful when family members wanted news about a loved one in an area of crisis.
With social media, information sharing is now easy and generally, it is good for everyone because help will not only be coming from one place but possible from other places as well.
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The simplest solution would be that you copy all your data from the home computer on to a portable hard drive and carry it around but this is obviously a bit cumbersome approach as it requires you to manually sync the home computer and your portable disk.